Suzanne Sena is an internationally known host/anchor, emcee, correspondent, actor and broadcast talent coach. Currently appearing on shows such as Castle, How to Get Away With Murder, Episodes and Criminal Minds, Sena had previously received acclaim for her portrayal of pompous news anchor, Brooke Alvarez, in IFC’s cult hit series, Onion News Network.
She first gained international attention and an Emmy nomination as the host of the popular show, Celebrity Homes on the E! Entertainment Network. conducting personalized tours of the homes of A-list stars, including Oscar-winning actors Dustin Hoffman and Michael Douglas.
As reporter and anchor for the network’s entertainment news show, E! News Daily, she traveled the globe interviewing celebrities Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie, Sean Connery, Tome Hanks and many others.
While at E!, she also created, produced and hosted a reality lifestyle show called Out To Lunch, breaking bread with some of the film and television’s hottest stars. Sena also reported live from the red carpets of several major industry awards shows, including the Emmys, Golden Globes and Academy Awards.
Additionally, Sena became a correspondent for the nationally syndicated entertainment news show, Extra. Her interviewing ability and easy-going style landed her next in the seat next to TV Legend Regis Philbin as a recurring co-host on the nationally syndicated talk show, Live with Regis.
Sena then made a rare transition from entertainment news into legitimate news. She was an anchor and reporter for CBS in Dallas, where she covered such stories as the death of President Reagan, the history-making Iraqi election, and reported on location from the California mudslides.
From there, Suzanne joined the number one international cable news station, The Fox News Channel, where she anchored coverage of the funeral procession of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Butto, the collapse of the Crandall Canyon mine in Utah, and broke the news of the foiled Islamic terrorist attack on London’s Piccadilly Circus. She also appeared on the network’s popular morning show, Fox & Friends, and Red Eye.
Shortly after, Sena returned to her acting roots when she was offered the lead role in the satirical television series, the Onion News Network. She continues to pursue acting opportunities, work as an on-camera host, and is an in-demand media coach for upcoming broadcast talent, authors and corporate executives.